7900 INSTRUMENT STAND
Sleek design for maximum patient access
This contemporary instrument stand uses the same polycarbonate used on supersonic aircraft to resist scrapes, scratches, and scuffs. A unique injection molding process creates a unique color, creating a noteworthy style.
Wheelchair Access Deliver care to wheelchair bound patients with an optional lower slit lamp arm. Cost applies to Americans With Disability Act’s Tax Credit.
Eclipse Room Light Control
The Eclipse activates all room lighting from the stand, or a small console. Lighting adjusts based on instrument moves or quick manual adjustments.
Contemporary Design Matches Reliance Chairs
Membrane switches ensure long-term use and improve safety
Super durable backlit membrane switches located on the instrument console control a chart projector, and the raise, lower and auto down functions of a Reliance examination chair.
Membrane switches last 10-times longer than their mechanical counterparts and increase safety by eliminating high voltages. They control intensity of the overhead lamp, and the binding posts typically used for the indirect ophthalmoscope.
The 7900 IC (with instrument charging console) and the 7900 NC (no console) provide maximum access to patients and are compatible with all Reliance chairs. They include chair controls and three wells for handheld instruments (IC version).
Counterbalanced slit-lamp arm locks and allows adjustment with a single hand. 12’’ of vertical travel can be counterbalanced for instruments 12 to 60 lbs. A raise and lower switch on the slit lamp arm controls chair height adjustments.
Upper refractor arm offers 10’’ range of vertical movement; delivers instruments up to 20 lbs.
Third instrument arm available as an option: 10- to 50 lb. capacity; 10’’ of vertical travel.
Halogen Overhead Lamp
A long-lasting, low voltage halogen bulb is standard It provides a safe bright, direct light source.
Includes instrument wells
Three rechargeable instrument wells accommodate Welch Allyn instruments
Offers connectivity with the optional Eclipse Room Light System--an infrared system that controls all room lighting through instrument moves or console switches